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January 21

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today?

“PUBLIC VENDUE, At the NORTH END Vendue OFFICE.”

Auctioneer John Gerrish inserted advertisements in the… 465 more words

Daily Advert Update

Sand, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Landscape, Eugene Delacroix (c.1850)

Sand, Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Standing looking at an ocean of sand.
From where standing it looks sterile and bland.
Kneeling down with it under my command, 78 more words

Finding Beauty

Top 10 Media Ethics Issues of 2017

Covering a time span of 84 years, iMediaEthics releases its annual report on the top media ethics issues.

Leading the list, writes Sydney Smith, is behavior in the workplace — the explosive story of top media figures who lost their jobs because of sexual misconduct. 22 more words

Media

Fair versus Equal or Equity versus Equality

How many times has a student looked at what another kid has and said, “why does he get to do that? I want to do that!” 36 more words

Fairness

Global Gender and Power Reporter

International coverage of gender and power: Pete Vernon writes about BuzzFeed News’s global women’s rights and gender reporter.

Women spend much of their lives and energy preparing against being attacked by a stranger, she says, when in fact more than 95 percent of the time we are violated by people we know.

Media

God Works Righteousness for All

The LORD works righteousness and justice for all the oppressed.  (Ps 103:6 NIV)

The Lord works righteousness for all who are broken or harassed.  Our God is the ultimate champion for those who feel small, alone, or defeated.  155 more words

There But For The Grace Of God

There was an article in the paper this morning about a 5-year-old girl who died in Toronto.  Camila Torcato was “a cancer survivor who was killed by a driverless, runaway SUV at St. 342 more words